Jason began his career at the Western Regional Public Defender’s Office in Garden City and Liberal, Kansas, representing individuals charged with felony offenses. After nearly two years of criminal defense litigation, he left to become a prosecutor for the Pottawatomie County Attorney’s Office, handling adult and juvenile misdemeanor and felony cases, as well as child in need of care cases. After ten years of service with Pottawatomie County, he was recruited to join the Geary County Attorney’s Office, and later, to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office, where he traversed the state prosecuting high level felony cases for Attorney General Schmidt’s Criminal Litigation Division. In his seventeen years of experience, he has tried over 30 jury trials, has written many appellate briefs, and has argued before the Kansas Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supreme Court numerous times. Jason holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University, and a law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law. Before law school, Jason served as a White House Intern, and before graduating law school he interned with the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office. During law school, Jason also worked in the Paul E. Wilson Defender Project clinic where he represented individuals incarcerated in federal and state prisons. Jason He has completed a week-long training course held by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, as well as an intensive and interactive 5-day course called Finding Words: Interviewing Children and Preparing for Court, which teaches students how to conduct forensic interviews with children. Jason is also a graduate of Kansas Top Gun, a curriculum designed to train narcotics investigators and prosecutors. Jason has been happily married to his wife, Dana, since 2011. They enjoy spending time at his in-law’s farm, and occasionally travelling to Kansas City to watch the Royals lose.